The project aims at developing environmental management skills of managers of tourist accommodation located in European natural areas, and more specifically in remote areas.

The training tools developed aim both to improve the environmental management of tourist facilities and to offer practical, easy-to-implement and “low-cost” solutions.

The training content is available on the E-learning platform of, in 5 languages (English, French, Greek, Italian, Portuguese)

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The project also provides:

A Guide for Self-Diagnostic

An environmental self-diagnostic guide for accommodation managers who want to evaluate their strategy to limit the ecological impact of their activity and learn more about the possible improvement.


The Guide for visitors and tourists

This GUIDE supports all our efforts to develop sustainable approaches and behaviours when traveling and visiting new places!
It provides ideas for improvements in key environmental issues.

The Guide for Visitors and Tourists promotes a new way of travelling based on a culture of “ecological responsibility” and the respect of the visited places.

 A summary of current European and national regulations for tourism professionals.

This report seeks to provide you with an overview of the European Union’s  strategies and legislation regarding the key issues covered by the project. It is not an exhaustive compendium of EU legislation, but a presentation that should help you to better understand the present and future context and constraints related to tourism activities.’s videos show good practices that are easy to adopt, with pictures and humour!

Check the playlist for professionals with its tutorials and the playlist for visitors, full of tips!

ECO brings together with the MCE, four experimented organisations:

Cooperative Sud Concept – France (project leader)

 Molise il verso 2000 scrl – Italy

Aid Learn, consultoria em Recursos Humanos Lda  – Portugal

Karpos Kentro Ekpaideytikon Draseonkai Diapolitismikhs Epikoinonias – Greece

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This project was supported by the European program Erasmus+ of the European Union.